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One of the most extraordinary creatures to visit local gardens is the hummingbird. There are several species of hummingbirds ...
In this issue our primary focus is on perennial gardens – beautiful perennial gardens.
News alert! I have been known to be obsessed with weather, and weather reporting. Why is everybody laughing? Stop that.
As I write, the guy on the Weather Channel is warning us to stay indoors. “Don’t go out unless you absolutely have to,” the ...
The surprise is that there have been so few surprises. But maybe that’s just what happens when you plant a 5-acre “stylized ...
I have a hoya houseplant that has been growing happily for eight years. It had flowers when I received it, but it hasn’t bloomed since. What am I doing wrong? Can I get it to flower?
I applied commercial compost and hardwood mulch to an area where I am establishing a small garden. I did a few soil tests on the area and the results indicated the nitrogen was depleted. I intend to spread a bag of dried blood to rectify this problem When is the best time to apply the dried blood?
What ratio and amounts of fertilizer would you use for a perennial bed and a vegetable garden? For growing annuals in a greenhouse, should the fertilizer be fast or slow-release, organic or inorganic?